Sudan: ‘Chlorination Reducing Cholera in White Nile’ – Sudan Minister

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White Nile State — The Sudanese Health Minister, Bahr Idris Abu Garda, has announced that the number of cholera cases in White Nile state...

Sudan: 20,000 South Sudanese Refugees in New South Kordofan Border Camp

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Abu Jubeiha — Hundreds of South Sudanese refugees have been pouring into a new administrative camp on the border with South Kordofan - latest...

Sudan: PCP Expects Three Ministers and Seven Seats in New Govt.

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Khartoum — Sudan's Popular Congress Party says its participation in the new National Reconciliation Government to be announced today is expected to include two...

Sudan: UN, EU Call for Protection of Journalists On World Press...

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New York / Brussels — The United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU) both issued statements yesterday to mark World Press Freedom Day, calling...

Sudan: Press Under Threat From ‘Authoritarian Interventions’

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Khartoum — The Sudanese Journalists Network says that the Sudanese press is still facing real problems, most importantly by the state's prior and pre-censorship...

Sudan: President Al-Bashir Issues Republican Decree Approving Employment Structure of General...

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Khartoum — President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, Thursday issued a republican decree approving the employment structure of the General Prosecution. ...

Sudan: People’s Congress Names Secretary General Deputies

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Khartoum — The Secretary General of the People's Congress, Dr. Ali Al-Haj, has announced the naming of Thuraya Yousif, Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Turabi and Engineer...

Sudan’s Silent Conflicts – State Censorship in the War Zones

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analysis in the restive Jebel Marra region of Darfur. As many as 250 people were killed, and countless others injured. Two separate independent chemical...

Sudan: The Silent Conflicts – State Censorship in the Warzones

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Acquiring official access to Sudan's conflict zones is challenging for foreign journalists, and reporting conditions for local Sudanese journalists - especially those from Darfur...

Sudan: Hair Eating – allAfrica.com

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In a rare medical case, a big lump of hair was removed from the stomach of a woman at the Teaching Hospital of al-Obaied,...
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